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You have questions. We have answers. Register HERE today for this Thursday’s Q&A! Harris Bricken’s California attorneys regularly advise cannabis and hemp businesses and entrepreneurs on nearly all aspects of California’s licensed and highly regulated cannabis, hemp, and CBD industries. We understand how complicated these industries can be and to that end, our California cannabis […]

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You have questions. We have answers. Register HERE today for our upcoming Q&A! Harris Bricken’s California attorneys regularly advise cannabis and hemp businesses and entrepreneurs on nearly all aspects of California’s licensed and highly regulated cannabis, hemp, and CBD industries. We understand how complicated these industries can be and to that end, our California cannabis […]

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For anyone who was not able to join our webinar last week on new cannabinoids and the 2018 Farm Bill, we’ve got you covered! Below, please find the full presentation for your viewing pleasure. Keep an eye out for our next Q&A webinar covering the California cannabis and hemp/ CBD industry and its effects of COVID-19.

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In the few years, and especially since the U.S. government passed the 2018 Farm Bill, CBD products have exploded onto the global marketplace. Now that any kind of consumer product imaginable has been marketed with CBD additives—including things like sportswear, pillows, toothpaste, and even hand sanitizer—manufacturers are exploring less prominent cannabinoids to isolate and market […]

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In the few years, and especially since the U.S. government passed the 2018 Farm Bill, CBD products have exploded onto the global marketplace. Now that any kind of consumer product imaginable has been marketed with CBD additives—including things like sportswear, pillows, toothpaste, and even hand sanitizer—manufacturers are exploring less prominent cannabinoids to isolate and market […]

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COVID-19 has affected almost every aspect of American life, including the business and financial sectors. The cannabis industry is no exception. Many questions still loom for cannabis businesses and investors during this uncertain time. Examples include: regulatory compliance the ability to stay open (and what constitutes an “essential business”) contract enforceability employment issues local, state, […]

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Multi-state operators (MSOs) are becoming more prevalent in the domestic and global cannabis trade. As industry consolidates, state and local governments have rolled out competitive licensing systems that demand large amounts of capital, general business acumen and specific experience in regulated industries. The cannabis MSO game is not for the faint of heart, but the […]

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